Mitt Romney is working overtime to cement himself as the most anti-Trump Republican in the Senate.
He has completely abandoned President Trump.
And now he will never show his face again after his biggest loss yet.
In recent weeks, there have been rumors flowing that Sen. Mitt Romney was going to jump into the race for President, challenging Trump in the Republican primaries.
This follows months of Romney attacking the President at every turn.
Most recently, Romney backed the fake whistleblower after he claimed that Trump threatened the Ukrainian President to force an investigation into Joe Biden.
All the facts prove that claim is false, but Romney still sided with the Democrats, stating that Trump’s actions were “wrong and appalling.”
The very small group of anti-Trump Republicans were ecstatic about a potential Romney run.
But before it could even become a real campaign, Romney came out stating that he is not running for President.
He also states that he is not planning on endorsing anybody in the 2020 election.
“I’m not planning on endorsing in the presidential race,” Romney said. “At this stage, I’m not planning on endorsing in the primary or in the general.”
After this announcement, Romney was questioned about whether he supports Democrat impeachment efforts, in which he replied with a simple, “no.”
But he didn’t completely rule out support in the future.
“I would have to look at the evidence as it’s presented,” he said.
“I’ll keep an open mind until and unless there is some kind of decision reached by the House,” he added. “It’s a purposeful effort on my part to stay unbiased and to see the evidence as it’s brought forward.”
In recent days Trump has been much harsher to Romney than he has in the past.
He has taken to his Twitter account to attack him, even calling for Utah voters to recall him at one point.
His most recent tweet reveals that Romney attempted to convince Trump to appoint him as Secretary of State.
“Mitt Romney never knew how to win. He is a pompous ‘ass’ who has been fighting me from the beginning, except when he begged me for my endorsement for his Senate run (I gave it to him), and when he begged me to be Secretary of State (I didn’t give it to him). He is so bad for R’s!” Trump tweeted.
This explains why Romney was seen around the White House in the first few days of the Trump presidency.
It is clear that Romney only cares about himself.
Considering he has a six year term, he is hedging his bets on Trump no longer having power when it comes time for his re-election.
So he is willing to do anything to attack Trump, even after being endorsed by him.
Romney is not representing the voters that put him into office, considering that they overwhelmingly supported President Trump in 2016.
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